All students welcome to attend the upcoming Student Success Workshops, hosted by the Advising Center. RSVP is not required. Please see below for information on the upcoming workshops.
Time Management Workshop: Need more than 24 hours in a day? Learn how to juggle school with your other obligations
and/or social life.
Date: Wednesday, April 3 and Thursday, April 4
Time: 1-2 p.m. 5-6 p.m.
Location: Bell Tower 1568 Bell Tower 1568
Study Skills: Learn how to study efficiently and effectively to get the most out of the time you
Date: Tuesday, April 9
Time: 3-4 p.m.
Location: Bell Tower 1568
How to Choose a Major: No major? No problem! Find out which major could be right for you.
Date: Wednesday, April 17
Time: 5-6 p.m;
Location: Bell Tower 1568
Stress Management: Overwhelmed? Come to develop skills on how to stay calm and productive.
Look for sessions in May - Just in time for Finals!!
Test Taking Strategies: Exams have you in a sweat? Discuss tactics and strategies to combat test anxiety and “guess smart.”
Date: Wednesday, April 24 and Thursday, April 25
Time: 3-4 p.m. 11a.m-12 p.m.
Location: Bell Tower 1568 Bell Tower 1568
For more information contact Beth Williams, Advising Center Support Coordinator, at ext. 8971 or Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org.
A poem gives vent to your passion.
In April, it will be the fashion
To turn a neat phrase
Any number of ways;
The point is to share your expressions.
The Broome Library invites you to celebrate National Poetry Month in April. There will be a variety of ways to flash your poetic license:
- Write your poems at stations (you'll know 'em when you see 'em!) around the library.
- Pick up a poem and put it in your pocket.
- Exchange poems.
- Make moveable poetry with word magnets.
Send pictures of your creations to email@example.com for posting on the Broome Library Facebook page.
Upstairs, downstairs, you can't escape the power of poetry at the Broome Library. Limber up with limericks. Challenge friends in haiku. Spin thoughts into sonnets. Be a free radical with blank verse. Get your groove on with iambic pentameter. To rhyme or not to rhyme will not be the only brain-bending challenge.
For more information contact Monica Pereira, Assistant Librarian at ext. 3654 or Monica.firstname.lastname@example.org.
CI’s student body and Student Government extends an invitation to the campus community to share in the celebration of the 10th Annual Maximus Award Ceremony. This year’s ceremony will take place on Friday, Apr. 5 at 5 p.m. in the Grand Salon.
The Maximus Award Ceremony is hosted by Student Government and honors the greatest CI students, faculty, administrators, staff, and community members. These are the only awards given by students and are presented to celebrate and recognize the substantial contributions of those who impact the success of students on our campus. For more information, visit http://studentgov.csuci.edu/maximus.htm.
For event information and to RSVP contact Student Government at ext. 2734 or SGASI@csuci.edu.
Sponsored by Associated Students Inc. and Student Life, the Dolphin Days program brings together a series of week-long events that demonstrate the CI community’s dedication to enhancing the quality of life for CI students by promoting academic success, personal development and CI Pride.
Students can pick up a free Dolphin Days t-shirt at the following locations on Monday, Apr. 8 (while supplies last):
- Student Union Information Desk;
- Recreation Center (Arroyo Hall);
- Student Engagement and Applied Leadership (SEAL) Center (Student Union 2nd Floor);
- Education Opportunity Program (EOP) Center (Bell Tower 1538);
- Educational Access Center (EAC) (Bell Tower 1541);
- Career Development Center (Bell Tower 1548);
- Student Health Center (Yuba Hall);
- Personal Counseling Center (Bell Tower East 1865);
- University Outreach Center (Bell Tower East 1885);
- Veterans Resource Center (Bell Tower 1518);
- Multicultural Women’s and Gender Student Center (MWGSC) (Bell Tower 1512);
- Student Support Services (SSS) Center (Bell Tower East 1805);
- Graduate Studies Center (El Dorado 130).
A complete schedule of events will be provided on the Dolphin Days posters and on the back of the t-shirts.
For more information contact Franchesca Brown, New Student Orientation & Transition Programs Specialist at ext. 3697 or email@example.com.
The Centers for Community and Multicultural Engagement present, cinÉngage, and its final documentary screening, BULLY on Thursday, Apr. 11, from 6-8 p.m. in Malibu Hall 100.
From Sundance Award-winning filmmaker, Lee Hirsch, comes a beautifully cinematic, character-driven documentary following five children and families over the course of a school year. Offering insight into different facets of America’s bullying crisis, the stories include two families who have lost children to suicide and a mother awaiting the fate of her 14-year old daughter, who has been incarcerated after bringing a gun on her school bus. With an intimate and often shocking glimpse into homes, classrooms, cafeterias and principal’s offices, this is a powerful and inspiring film that every educator, parent, teen and young adult should see. A panel discussion will follow.
For more information contact Pilar Pacheco, Associate Director, Center for Community Engagement, at ext. 8851 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute for Global Economic Research will host the presentation “Global Economy & Investment Options” on Friday, Apr. 12 at Santa Barbara City College and Friday, Apr. 19 at CI. This presentation will focus on the outlook for the U.S., Europe, and China, and the implication it has on business in the South Coast Region. For details on each date and location, see below:
- Friday, Apr. 12, 7:30 – 9:30 a.m.; Santa Barbara City College - Garvin Theatre. This event is free and continental breakfast will be served. Parking is available in lots 4A-4D on the West Campus. Permits are not required. Please register here.
- Friday, Apr. 19, 12-2 p.m.; CI Campus- Malibu Hall 100. This event is free and lunch will be served. Parking is complementary; once on campus, follow event signage to designated parking lot. Please register here by Monday, Apr. 15.
For more information contact Noheli Viramontes, Advancement Events Assistant, at ext. 3552 or Noheli.email@example.com.
The Business & Technology Partnership is hosting the eighth-annual Leadership Dinner on Apr. 18 at 6 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach. This special event is an annual fundraiser that benefits student scholarships at CI and recognizes outstanding business and technology community members, faculty and exceptional CI students.
The evening will honor the following:
- Ann Deal, Founder & CEO, Fashion Forma: B&TP Business & Community Leader of the Year
- Steven Gill, Partner, Gills Onions: B&TP Technologist of the Year
- Dr. Cynthia Wyles, CI Professor of Mathematics: B&TP Faculty Leader of the Year
CI will also honor five students and award scholarships worth $6,000. The students
are: Christy Diggins-Richey, Nursing; Jenna Fordis, Nursing; Charles Hillman, Applied
Physics; Ashley Tegley, Nursing; and Eric Varela, Computer Science.
Faculty and staff receive a discounted ticket of $75 per person (regular cost is $150). Each faculty or staff member is eligible to purchase two tickets at this special rate. This is a great opportunity to support the students of CI.
For more information contact Carrick DeHart, Director for Major Gifts at ext. 8919 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Teaching and Learning with Technology Initiative in conjunction with Academic Technology Services will be holding 'Roving Blackboard Sessions' throughout the semester to support faculty in their use of technology in the classroom. Bring your questions and ideas about CI Learn or stop by and hear how your colleagues are using technology to support student learning. The final session for the spring semester will be held on Thursday, Apr. 18 from 9 – 11 a.m. in Madera Hall 2381.
For more information contact Jill Leafstedt, Associate Professor of Education, at ext. 2792 or email@example.com.
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